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    China Designers: How This Label Channels Big Chinese Auntie Energy

    Within the developing regional cities of China, you will find an army of unmistakeable yet unlikely fashionistas: Chinese aunties. These spirited, middle-aged women might be found running your local convenience store, taking care of grandchildren at the playground, or pulling off coordinated dance moves together in the city square. No matter the activity, you can expect them to be flaunting daring prints and flamboyant colors with the utmost confidence.

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    Singapore Retail Sales in June Decline 28 Percent, Slower Than in May

    体育投注网页 Singapore retail sales in June declined 27.8 percent, year on year, although the figure was better than May’s record fall of 52 per cent. After excluding sales of new motor vehicles, real Singapore retail sales in June were down by a slightly more modest 24.2 percent.

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    US Consumer Businesses are Still Betting on China

    To read the headlines, U.S.-China relations are fraying fast. Some officials and experts have declared that a new Cold War is here, particularly as tensions escalate surrounding the novel coronavirus. Trade disputes in recent years already strained the relationship, and with the U.S. presidential election heating up, the barbs will likely continue.

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    More Chinese Phone Makers Could Lose US Apps Under Trump's Clean Network

    More than a third of the world’s smartphone sales come from Chinese vendors Huawei, Xiaomi and Oppo. These manufacturers have thrived not only because they offer value-for-money handsets thanks to China’s supply chains, but they also enjoy a relatively open mobile ecosystem, in which consumers in most countries can freely access the likes of Google, Instagram and WhatsApp.